Updated January 21, 2018




The List Of Approved Helpers


How To Begin

How This Program Works

Symptom Relief

Purification Reactions

How Long Before Healing Begins

Visiting Doctors

Who Sets Up Your Program?


Working Long Distance

Reporting Problems

Article – Is Nutritional Balancing For You?


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To begin a nutritional balancing program with us, contact one of the Approved Helpers listed on this web page.

The computer-generated programs from Analytical Research Laboratories or other laboratories, or the advice of any other doctors or nutrition consultants, are not the same as our programs and not as good.




A nutritional balancing program drastically increases the adaptive energy level of the body.  Energy then becomes available for healing, regeneration and the removal of toxins.  Balancing the tissue minerals and keeping them balanced by retesting the hair every 4 to 6 months is the key to raising the energy level.




Symptoms are relieved in the body’s own order and timing, and not necessarily in the order that you might desire.  One reason for this is that many people have latent or sub-clinical conditions that may be healed first, before other symptoms go away.

Another reason symptoms may not go away in the order you wish is that a symptom you consider very important, such as headaches or a skin rash, may not be life-threatening.  Meanwhile, a symptom you consider less important such as a minor pain may have a much more serious cause, and will be handled first.




You may temporarily experience aches and pains, colds, sore throats, flare-ups of old injuries, or other symptoms.  These are called healing or purification reactions.

As your energy increases, your body automatically begins to cleanse and repair itself.  These temporary symptoms are evidence of this healing. 

Causes for these reactions include:

1. Healing chronic infections.

2. Removal of toxic metals, toxic chemicals, or medical drugs.

3. Rebuilding of tissue.

4. Other shifts in body chemistry.

Contact your helper if these symptoms are annoying.  If symptoms are very intense, stop the supplement program until you speak with your helper.  Ask your helper to have Dr. Wilson check your program.  Symptoms can often be alleviated by making changes in your program over the telephone.




Many people notice some improvement within a few days to a few weeks.  However, deep and permanent correction of body chemistry takes longer.  It does not begin for a few months and it continues for years.

In fact, development continues for as long as life goes on.  This is a unique process that strengthens the body and extends life.  Your health will tend to continue to improve as long as you remain on a program.




We always recommend visiting a medical doctor if you feel the need.  However, the following problems can occur when visiting doctors:

a. Nutritional balancing programs often skew blood tests, urine tests, and even x-rays.  This frightens doctors, who then discourage you from doing the program and/or frighten you into taking drugs you don’t need.

In fact, most abnormal readings usually correct themselves within a few months, without any need for drugs or other interventions.

b. Misdiagnoses and diagnoses based upon defensive medicine are common today very confusing.  The latter are diagnoses such as a cancer that doctors make to protect themselves legally.  They are “standard practice” at many medical centers to protect against lawsuits.

c. Purification reactions frequently look like diseases.  Doctors are not familiar with these healing processes, so they confuse them with diseases that require medical intervention.




Dr. Wilson and his helpers set up your program if you work with one of the Approved Helpers listed below.  Dr. Wilson has been doing this work for 38 years and some of his helpers have even more experience.

However, we do not work with anyone directly.  Please do not send an email, asking if you can work with Dr. Wilson directly.  He would love to work with everyone directly, but it is not possible.




 Most of the helpers below charge between about $150.00 and $300.00 USD for the initial mineral analysis and consultations to set up the program.  The fees are a little less for retest mineral analyses, which are needed every 3 or 4 to 6 months. 

The other main cost is nutritional supplements.  For an adult, the cost is about $160.00 to $200.00 USD per month if supplements are taken three times daily.

Supplements cost about $100.00 to $120.00 monthly if you take them twice daily.  This is okay, although progress may be slower.  The supplement costs assume that one takes just the main supplements, and includes a discount, which many of the helpers offer.




Most clients do the program long distance by telephone, mail and email.  Most helpers offer this service, and it works well. 




You should receive excellent service from all of the helpers listed below.  Helpers listed on this web page agree to:

1. Review all hair tests with their advanced student to make sure the programs are correct.

2. Administer the programs exactly as they are set up, without changing any recommendations.  An exception is if you wish to take the supplements only twice daily, or even just once daily for financial or other reasons, that is okay, although it might slow down healing and development.

3. Return phone calls or emails within 24 hours.

4. Be fully on the program themselves.

5. Conduct their business in a totally ethical and professional manner.

Please Contact Us to let us know if any of the helpers below are not fulfilling these requirements.




Click below to go to your region:


 USA (including Puerto Rico)





                        SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA








* Sheila Dobson, NC, Phoenix, (602) 421-1242, Website:; Email:

* Judy Hazelett, BS, LMT, Payson, (928) 474-1162, or Email: 

* Larry McHaney, DC and Laura Gray, CN, LMT, CNMT, Mesa, (480) 830-6000 or Email:



* Vincent Polito, NC, Bella Vista, Website:, ph: (631) 987-7233 or Email:



Los Angeles area:

* Amahl B. Van Halsema (“Van”), Website: or phone: (310) 795-8657.

* James Hopson, OMD, (310) 574 2140 (office) or (310) 773-2323 (mobile) or Email: or Website:


Other regions:

* Rick Buchikos, CFMP, San Francisco, Website:


* Jennifer Corte, LAc., NC, Elk Grove, Phone: (650) 436-7855, Email:  (Assisting Women and their Children and Animals)

* Toni Fairman, NTP, San Diego/Encinitas, Website:  Email:

* Michaela Gordon, NC, MSOT, Ventura, (805) 290-0933.

* Amir Goren, Irvine, (949) 229-5338 or Email: or Website:

* Julien Griffault, NC, CMT and Melissa Navarro, NC, CMT, Ojai, Website: or Email:

* John Himinkool, DC, San Diego, Website:, (858) 715-9400.

* June Kripal, B.S., NC, Apple Valley,(760) 985-6281. 

* Luke Pryor, Grass Valley, (530) 270-9207, or Email:

* Karen Schindler, NC, Nappa, (509) 299-0164 or Website: or Email: (Not accepting new clients right now).

* Genea Sparks, NC, CPT, Capitola, Northern California
831-234-2950, Email: or Website:



* James Ray, DC, ND, Boulder, (720) 231-1248 or (303) 664-1248 or Email:  



* Kathleen Kordas, NC, Norwalk, (203) 984-6104 (cell), (203) 866-0432, Website: or



* Kelley Teixeira, Altamonte Springs, (407) 417-3283 or or Email:



* Diane Leto, Chicago, (Palatine), 847-925-8854 or Website:, or Email: (animal testing, as well).

* Maureen Mintzlaff, PhD, NC, O’Fallon, (618) 477-3900 or Email:



* JC Anderson, DC, Avon, (317) 796-0126 or Email:

* Mary Grace Pinella, DC, Fishers, Website:, or (317) 863-0365.

* Brandy Todd, NC, Fort Wayne, (828) 301-0207 or Website: or mail: 



* Vicki Nelson, ND, Louisville, (888) 827-4921.



* Lynda Cross, CHNC, Upper Peninsula, (906) 367-3673 or Email: or Website:

* Kathy Desser, NC, Email:

* Vicki Nelson, ND, Novi, (248) 566-9900.



* Lisa Rufsholm, NC, East Bethel, (651) 462-1555 or Email: or Website:



* Leslie Brown, NC, Lees’ Summit, (816) 554-3674 or

* Bonnie Friehling, MD, Columbia, (573) 446-1200 or Website: or Email: 

* David Coleman, 0D, Joplin, (417) 782-3488 or website:



* Timothy Ellington, Wellology Consultants, Omaha, (402) 925-3122 or (888) 537-2329, or Email: or Website:


New Jersey

* Doreen McCafferty, NC, Asbury Park, (609) 468-4220 or Website: or Email:


North Carolina 

* Vincent Polito, NC, Raleigh area, (631) 987-7233, or (800) 381-2898 or Website: or Email:



* Silke Miller, PT (Germany), LMP, RYP, CMI, CQP, Cleveland, (253) 298-2021, Website:, and Email:



* Ronald Hubbs, LAc, Tigart,

* Tina Mataya, NTP, Portland, (503) 307-6267 or Email:, or website:

* Meghan Saunders. BS, NTP, (503) 490-7033, Email: or website:



* Dustin Stump, NC, Hanover, (717)-634-9383 or Email:



* Keith Vencel, NC, Nashville, (615) 428-2140 or Email:



* Dante Berry, NC, Houston, phone: 832-258-6302 or Email: Or Website:

* Elisabeth Carr, Austin, (512) 458-5880 or Website: or Email:

* Tim Chrisman, DC, Dallas, (214) 476-8004.

* Fallon-Marie Decker, NC, Coppell, (469) 955-0796 or Website:

* Kim Greenlee, NC, El Paso, (915) 313-2055, Email: or website:

* Diana Guerra, RN, McAllen, (956) 460-3225 or Email: (se habla Espanol).

* Regina Renken, NC, Houston, (281) 813-3682, Email:, Website:

* Camelia Scott, NC, Austin area, (512) 529-2941 or Website: or Email: (se habla Espanol).

* Rosemary Slade, OTR, NC, Houston area, (281) 948-2332 or Email: or Website:

* LaRetta Ann Taylor, NC, San Antonio, Email:




* Brian Brezinski, NC, Arlington, (202) 750-1225 or Email: or Website:

* Ilona Hatch-Brandt, NC, Springfield, (703) 569-2354 or Email: or Website:

* Farzin Farid, Dpharm., Northern Virginia, (703) 638-5054 or Email:


Washington State

* Brandon Brownell, NC, Olympia, (360) 999-8137 or Email:


West Virginia

* PJ Wilson, DC,



* Pam Marshall-Neil (not taking new clients at this time).






* Susan Cachay, B. Ed, RNCP, R. BIE, Victoria, British Columbia, Phone: (250) 213-8049 or Email: or website:

* Guy Crookston, NC, HHP, Calgary, Alberta, Email: or telephone: (403) 880-5707.

* Cecilia K. Martell, B.Sc (Biol), M.Sc (Envir Toxicol), MBA, NC, Ontario/Quebec (Speaks English)/(Parle Francais), Email:

* Marian Verhesen, NC, Red Deer, Alberta, Website:, or (403) 598-0937 or

* Josephine Zanetti NC, FDN, RHN, Vancouver, British Columbia and St-Sauveur, Quebec, Website: or






* Thyrodren, Nicosia, Website:, 357 223 33027 or Email:



* Rebecca Roberts, NC (parle francais) Email:  Website:



* Nadja Davidson, NC, Hamburg, Website: or German website:



* Martyn Chilvers Bsc (Hons) Oriental Medicine, SNHS (Dip Nutrition) and Heather Roberts-Chilvers MT, SNHS (Dip Nutrition), Email:,  Website: and



* David Hogberg, NC, Ostersund, Email:


United Kingdom/Ireland

* Cressida Elias, BA HONS, NC, East Sussex, Email: or Website:

* Lila Hammond, NC, London, Website: or Email:

* Will Houghton, NC, Surrey, Website: or Email:

* Rebecca Roberts, NC, Cambridge, Email:  Website:

* Lewis Rowlands, BA, NC, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, Email: or Website:

* Sophie Williams, NC, Stratford Upon Avon, or Email:




Nisreen Tashkandy, PhD, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Email: 





* Todd Lizon, DC, Innisfail, Queensland, Website:, Tel.# 04 4712 6800 or

* Matthew Scott, B. Ac., NC, Sydney, Phone:

 (+61) 04 5203 4660 or Email:

* Sari Young, BNSc (hons); AdDip Naturoapthy; AdDip Western Herbal Medicine; AdDip Nutritional Science, Victoria, Phone: 0403 320 845 or Website: or Email:


Hong Kong

 * Silke Miller, PT (Germany), LMP, RYP, CMI, CQP, Website:, Email:

* Vicky Wong, NC, Email: or (852) 2812 -1726.


South Korea 

* Hogun Jou, OMD, Seoul, Website:, Telephone inside Korea: 02-3411-8835- 6. Telephone outside South Korea: 82-2-3411-8835- 6 or 82-16-299-8930, or Email:



* Robert Morgan, NC, Chiang Mai, phone: (+66) 819923714 or Website: or Email:




Mexico/South America

* Alexandra McCulloch, NC, Mexico, Email:

* Camelia Scott, NC, Austin, Texas, USA, Website: or Email: or (512) 529-2941 (se habla Espanol)

* Cecilia K. Martell, B.Sc (Biol), M.Sc (Envir Toxicol), MBA, NC, Ontario/Quebec, Canada (se habla Espanol),  Email:



* Alon Davidow, Sandton, South Africa, Cell phone: +27 84 507 6413, Email:, or





            No matter who is your consultant or doctor, you can contact one of the program support counselors for psychological counseling support on your nutritional balancing program.  They offer professional counseling in support of the NB program, but do not offer the program itself. 

            Click here to go to the counselor listing page.








© October 2017, The Center for Development


History.  Nutritional balancing, a universal science that applies to all life forms, was founded about 45 years ago by Dr. Paul C. Eck.  Dr. Wilson expanded it and has added much to it over the past 30 years. 

It has become a modern development program, not just a healing program.  For details, read Introduction To Development.


Which conditions can benefit?  For most physical, emotional and mental health conditions, nutritional balancing is superb and the best program we know of.

We do not recommend this program for advanced cancers.  For these cases, we prefer the Kelley metabolic cancer therapy offered by Mrs. Pamela McDougle. 

If you are not sure if a nutritional balancing program would help you, send an email and we will advise you further.  In most other cases, it is an excellent program to improve your health.


What does the program require of you? It requires:

1. DIET.  Eating a rather plain, simple diet of mainly cooked vegetables, some animal protein daily, some blue corn tortilla chips, and perhaps a little raw dairy products if you tolerate them.  The diet excludes all fruit, all sugar, all wheat and spelt, all smoothies and shakes, all soy products.  It also excludes most raw food, most juices, and all refined or “junk” food. 

Following the diet is the most important part of the program and the most difficult for most people.

2. DRINKING WATER.  Every day one must drink two to three liters of either spring water or tap water filtered with carbon or sand only.

3. LIFESTYLE.  Following a healthful lifestyle.  This includes gentle exercise only, sexual restraint, and plenty of rest and sleep.

4. NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS.  Taking about eight nutritional supplements two or three times daily.

5. THE DETOXIFICATION PROCEDURES.  If possible, doing the detoxification procedures daily.  These are: Coffee Enemas, Red Heat Lamp Sauna Therapy, rubbing the feet (Foot Reflexology), The Spinal Twists, and the Pushing Down Mental Exercise.  All these must be done in accordance with our specific written instructions. 

6. LIMITED COMBINING.  One cannot combine a nutritional balancing program with other vitamin, mineral, herb, or homeopathic programs.  These will ruin the nutritional balancing program. 

However, the program combines well with quality chiropractic care.  Prescription medical drugs can also be combined with the nutritional balancing program if they are needed.  Many drugs can be discontinued after a few months on a nutritional balancing program.  DO NOT STOP PRESCRIBED MEDICATION UPON STARTING A NUTRITIONAL BALANCING PROGRAM.

7. THINGS TO AVOID.  Foods, supplements and detoxification procedures to avoid are just as important as those that are needed.

8. Honesty and hard work.  Otherwise, you won’t get too far with development.




            Certain personality qualities are desirable for success:


1. Open-minded.  The program is somewhat unusual, compared to most healing regimens.

2. Not lazy.  The program requires some work and time on your part.  Learning to do the diet and the procedures may also take a little time and effort.

3. Somewhat nitty gritty, or not squeamish.  For best results, the program involves enemas, sauna sessions and foot rubs that some people find dirty or repulsive.  While not absolutely required, for best results one must be willing to do these, and most people love them after a time.

4. Willing to follow orders.  The program is integrated and powerful.  If one just does a little of it, adds other things to it, or skips parts of it, it will not work nearly as well and may not work at all.  In particular, attention to the diet is most important.

            5. Honesty with yourself and your helper.  This is important because when retracing or healing reactions occur, we need to know exactly what you are doing and feeling in order to advise you properly.  Some people do not want to say what they are eating, or which parts of the program they do.  This causes many problems.




Traits that make following a nutritional balancing program difficult are:


1. Second guessers. This group of people believe they know better than we do how to do the program.  They tell us that they are unique (which is true) and therefore they need a different program in some way.  The latter is not usually true.

These people have difficulty following the program as it is set up.  The most common reason is that the program brings up feelings or psychological issues that are unpleasant.  This has to do with retracing and ridding the body of past traumas. 

In this case, the best advice is usually to just go slowly by taking fewer doses of supplements, but do not start changing the diet or the supplements, or anything else.  If difficulties persist, ask your Helper to have us check your entire program, in case your body chemistry has shifted and changes are needed in your program.


2. Doubters.  These people have difficulty staying the course.  Some are good at following orders, but that is not enough.  One must have a larger belief in the program and the path of development.

Doubters get in trouble in various ways – 1 through 7:

1 – Some are not grounded and in touch enough so they are unaware of the healing taking place in their bodies.  Others have been traumatized and doubt as a means of self-protection.  This is understandable, but gets in the way.

2 – Some are distracted emotionally or sexually, which slows progress.  Others are the opposite - too intense about the program.  They lack balance and perspective and cannot integrate the program into their daily lives.

3 – Some lack willpower, self-discipline and self-control that is required to succeed.  This will develop if one stays with the program, but many people give up too easily.

Others have excellent discipline, but want to have complete control and power over the entire healing and development process.  They become extremely frightened, and often depressed or discouraged when things take an unusual turn, such as retracing an old trauma or infection.

4 – Some feel terribly alone and isolated, which is not helpful.

Others are the opposite.  They spend too much time talking with friends, doctors, or family members.  While the friends may be well-meaning, they easily lead the person away from the program with all their friendly but largely ignorant and misinformed commentary.  Other “friends”, doctors and family members are not well-meaning, though they may appear that way.)

Often, this group very much wants to “bring along” their friends, doctors or others.  Some would say, they need a chorus.  This distracts and weakens them, and wastes their time until they become thoroughly discouraged.  In other words, they have trouble “going it alone”, which is often necessary with a program of this type.

5 - Some doubters are simply a bit lazy and express the laziness as doubt.  Others in this group of doubters are too busy to follow the program well.  They put other things first such as their work or career, hobbies, family, church or something else.  As a result, they have little time for their program.

They do not realize that deeply healing and developing the body will make them far better workers, spouses, parents and even better at prayer and love.  They will also live a lot longer, which is helpful for all these areas of life.

6 - Some doubters cannot conceptualize or rationalize what they are doing.  Instead, they worry and wonder, which gets in the way of progress.

Others in this group of doubters are avid researchers who feel they must continuously “learn more” about the program and related subjects.  They spend too much time reading on the internet, or in books or elsewhere instead of doing their program. 

In fact, one does not need in-depth knowledge of how the program works.  Mainly, one needs to do the diet, supplements and procedures.

Also, there is a large amount of false, malicious and half-true information on the internet and elsewhere.  This is a real problem in medical research today.  For more on this topic, please read Internet Research on this website.


7 – Some people are disconnected from their higher self or oversoul, which can help keep them motivated.  As a result, they drift away or never really delve into the program.

Others in this group of doubters always want to be “spiritual”, meaning they are stuck in the seventh energy center too much and cannot integrate the program on all levels.

For example, they usually do not like slightly dirty enemas or sauna sessions, or eating specific foods and taking pills every day.  They prefer to just revel in the presence of the angels and God.  This is a noble intent, but not at all adequate, we find, to heal and develop a physical body.


3. Terrified.  Some people are afraid of coffee enemas, afraid of rubbing their feet, afraid of a nutritional supplement, or afraid of giving up all fruit.  Such fears are fed by hundreds of articles on the internet and elsewhere.  Too much fear will prevent a person from even starting, or from continuing a program.

Others panic if a healing reaction occurs.  The program often causes “housecleaning” to occur, and the reactions are very good, and evidence of deep healing.  Almost all are totally benign.

Also, blood, urine and even x-ray tests are often temporarily abnormal due to the program and this frightens some people.


4. Too fussy.  Some people do not like eating cooked vegetables.  Others do not like taking nutritional supplements.  Still others do not like drinking so much water, and still others feel they must eat fruit.  This makes it difficult to succeed with this program.  If one really dislikes cooked vegetables and is not willing to learn how to make them tasty, this program will not work too well.


5. The undisciplined.  Doing this program requires and teaches self-discipline.  It develops slowly in most people.  It grows over time.

Learning self-discipline is part of becoming more mature, and taking back control of your life.  It is an integral part of any development program.


6. The brainwashed or weak-willed.  Some of our clients are easily talked out of the program by their medical doctors, naturopaths, nutritionists, friends, family members, the media, or others.

For success, one must let go of one’s attachment to all diagnose-and-treat and remedy-seeking methods.  These are the methods used by the regular medical, holistic medical, and naturopathic professions today.


7. Disabled without enough help.  Some people cannot do the program well enough due to physical disabilities.  One must be able to cook basic meals or have them brought to you.  One must be able to take the supplements regularly.  Often, one must do the procedures, as well.

If you are in one of the groups above, it does not mean you cannot succeed with nutritional balancing.  It just means you may have more difficulty than those who can just relax and follow the program.



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